Monthly Archives: December, 2019

Fifty-Fifty: A Christmas Doodle

If a person goes to lunch with a friend and beforehand agree to “go Dutch” you each pay for your own lunch.  Usually, you eat about the same size lunch, so it is pretty much fifty-fifty, and one usually volunteers the tip. If half of a responsibility is one person’s while the remainder is responsibility …

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The American Vice Presidency: From Irrelevance to Power (book review)

The American Vice Presidency:  From Irrelevance to Power, written by Jules Witcover, copyright 2014, is published by Smithsonian Books.  I did research availability on Amazon and it is available in both hardcover and Kindle.  The hardcover book is 592 pages.  I “read” the boo via Talking Books and it is 20 hours of listening time. …

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